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Per Kent Hoover of the Business Journals, Congress raised the SBA’s the 7(a) program’s authorization level. The SBA had previously hit its authorization limit with two months left in the fiscal year. This meant no more lending to small businesses under the 7(a) program unless Congress voted to increase the authorization level.
According to Hoover, “The SBA was forced to suspend 7(a) lending on Thursday after the program hit its $18.75 billion annual loan ceiling with more than two months left in the government’s fiscal year. The Senate passed legislation Friday raising that limit to $23.5 billion, and the House followed suit Monday afternoon.” Read the complete article here.
The freeze in lending could have hampered small business looking for financing going into to the fall and the holiday season. This may have proved troublesome for businesses that were relying on lending to get them through the holiday season when many retail businesses make a large portion of their revenue. Proponents of the 7(a) program argue that the increased authorization is necessary to continue to provide financing and the resultant jobs created.
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